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that the whole country is on the same path to marriage equality. take pennsylvania, for example, this show recently reported that in montgomery county, the guy in charge of issuing marriage licenses announced he would issue those licenses to gay people despite a 16-year-old gay marriage ban in his state. the state technically banned gay marriage, but he would give them marriage licenses anyway. as bruce haynes told rachel, he did it because it was the right thing to do. >> it's one thing to talk about this academically, you have two folks come in and ask for this recognition of their union. that puts it in an entirely different framework. it's not academic any more. it's not atherial. i've been speculating as to the number of people who are going to show up today. it was going to be zero or a line around the block. it turned out to be five. >> it was five couples the first day, and as of yesterday it's 34. 34 same sex couples have gotten their marriage licenses in montgomery county, pennsylvania. now, tom corbett is suing mr. haynes to stop issuing those licenses. the state's attorney gene
's bankruptcy is affecting workers beyond city limits and some pennsylvania lawmakers are becoming law breakers in the name of marriage equality. i'll ask two state leaders if the move is enough to redefine marriage in the keystone state. lots more coming up on "the ed show." can get cash back. i'm here to help you get the most out of your cash rewards. it's personalized, and it's free. i want that. we have a concierge! at discover, we treat you like you'd treat you. get the it card with cashback concierge. plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day men's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for men's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day men's 50+. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. i want you to know stuff i want you to be kind. i want you to be smart. super smart. i want one thing in a doctor. to speak my language. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. quiero que me hagas sentir segura. i want you to be awesome. that's the doctor i want. at kaiser permanente, we want you to choose the doctor that's ri
. let's look at some of them. paper currency. the provinces and pennsylvania in particular suffer from an acute shortage of paper currency. now, this was okay with the political elite because they were mostly creditors, and they were concerned paper money would devalue the value of their outstanding loans and interest payments. but for craftsmen, particularly, say, a silversmith or a watch maker or even a printer like franklin, they had to go into debt to buy supplies, so repaying these debts were very difficult. franklin wrote one of his best early papers advocating the creation of a paper currency. the idea that grew out of junta discussions, he showed them drafts, they worked on them together, and now as the owner of a printing press he also could print those -- [laughter] which he did. and he won the day. eventually, the assembly did override the traditional interests of the elite. and not visingly, franklin benefited as well. it gave franklin and his printing press the contract to produce the currency for pennsylvania, and he vergeically extended his arrangements with new jersey.
? the assembly gave franklin's printing press a contract to produce the currency for pennsylvania. eventually extended his contractual arrangements with nearby new jersey and delaware. they created fire brigades. philadelphia out of her small wooden houses packed together. and get create the lightning rod. so the junto create the basis for fire brigade and for fire insurance. they improved street lighting and clean. franklin tweeted the design of the street lamp to make it more efficient, burn brighter. franklin stove, where did that come from? the junto was debating one day to problems with contemporary heating technology. one is the high price of firewood. don't know about today. and the fact that they all lived in very smoky houses. and so the was a high-efficiency are relatively high efficiency self which we call the franklin stove. they called for pennsylvania still pretty published a plan in his newspaper. significant i think franklin never patented any of his intentions. i know what interest there were some important supreme court cases of intellectual property and whether a certain ty
. a pennsylvania police chief coming under fire for posting violent profanity laced videos online. cnn talked to him. we'll give you his response. >>> for the first time looks like president obama will talk about his decision to cancel a summit with russian president vladmir putin. we'll take a look at the growing divide between these two leaders. >>> i don't know how much stories you'll hear because they done swore him to some kind of secret code. >> and that is from the movie "the butler." director lee daniels and actor forest whittaker joins us live. that's ahead. (horn, ding, ding) how long have i had my car insurance? i don't know, eight, ten years. i couldn't tell ya' but things were a lot less expensive back then. if you're 50 or over you should take a new look at your auto insurance. you may be overpaying. actually that makes a lot of sense. old policy. old rates. and thanks to your experience behind the wheel, you might save $350 by switching to the aarp auto insurance program from the hartford. plus, you'll get benefits that reward your driving record, like our promise that you won'
. yes, right many front here. >> yes, sir. >> thanks. my name's kevin keen, i'm from pennsylvania, and i don't know if you're aware, but we've had voter id and fraud issues there for a while now. >> are yes. >> the state legislature actually passed voter law, and it had a lot of support in the state, but it was overturned by liberal courts. and also there was one district in the 2012 election outside of philadelphia that voted 92,000 votes for obama and 0 for mitt romney. so i think it's, like, pretty grossly obvious. how do we combat something like that when the courts are so active? like we had legislation there, legislation that seemed like it would work, and then it was overturned by the courts. what's your suggestion like for situations like that? >> yeah, no, i'm very aware of the pennsylvania situation. i testified in front of the legislature in favor of the voter id law. actually, we're winning on this issue. it may not seem like it from what you read in the newspapers, but the left has lost almost every single court case they have filed against voter id. now, in the pennsylvania
the eastern shore. some patchy clouds and it has been mostly dry. some showers across pennsylvania. not the major focus for any storms today. we are watching a cold front that will be coming from the great lakes region. it will slide into maryland tomorrow. we may have to watch for the potential for severe weather. today will be a mix of clouds and sun. starting off with some patchy fog. mid to upper 80's later today. it will be sticky with the higher humidity. i do want to talk about tuesday. clouds are going to be passing through throughout the day. we will see multiple rounds of showers and thunderstorms. these storms can last into thursday afternoon. the jetstream will be bringing in much cooler air to maryland. we have to watch more moisture along the shoreline. thatould mean some thunderstorms for the coast. it depends where the jetstream lines up. a big day for thunderstorms tomorrow. we will drop down in temperature for the rest of the week. the ravens will be back in town on thursday. rain chancestching this week especially along the coast. >> we have an inner loop acciden
,000 individuals here and over allia about 200,000 individuals in pennsylvania who would not have any financial help at all. that would be a terrible tragedy as we implement this important law. i will give you the shorter one. i can't even remember the longer one. phila.health, go to the website and with october when coming up, we are gearing up to partner in many instances with the navigators and we will talk about some of our enhanced efforts to make sure people are getting the word out. -- i truly do not understand -- i have read some things. i have not been able to have any understanding as to why the state of pennsylvania is not expanding medicaid. we hear about costs and the governors have figured out that it brings in money and it does not cost you any money so i don't know -- i truly don't know what this is about. i don't know if you can read between the tea leaves on this one. many other governors have figured out how to do it regardless of party. we are quite unique and special here in pennsylvania and but we are not that unique on this particular issue. we need to expand medicaid. >>
in pennsylvania cause severe flooding. ♪ hi, my name is jonathan betz, and i'm from dallas, texas, and i'm an anchor forç] ♪ >>> welcome back. so a predator drone is the latest koolt helping to get a handle on the wildfire burning in yosemite national park. more than 4,000 emergency workers are fighting the rim fire. it has been spreading for nearly two weeks now. fire officials say six firefighters have been injured and there's a growing concern for san francisco's water supply. the reservoir is at risk of contamination. >> reporter: the greatest risk of this fire is an enhanced input of sediment which is dirt from the forest floor into the reservoir. >> more than 2.5 million people get their drinking water from the reservoir. the rim fire is about 30% contained right now. there has been severe flooding in pennsylvania this week. heavy rainfall caused this flooding around pittsburgh on wednesday. several days of rain left the ground saturated earlier in the week. leaving the conditions ripe for flooding. no reports of any injuries, though, thank goodness. ♪ >>> we'll keep it right
wildfire in yosemite. >>> and residents are in over their heads in parts of pennsylvania as downpours caused severe flooding. ♪ night, al jazeera america presents gripping films from >>> a predator drone is the latest tool helping to get a handle on the wildfire burning in yosemite national park. the fire has been spreading for nearly two weeks, consuming about 300 square miles. meanwhile there is growing concern for san francisco's water supply. the reservoir is at risk of contamination. >> the greatest risk is an enhanced input of sediment, which is essentially dirt from the forest floor into the reservoir. >> more than 2.5 million people get their drinking water from the reservoir. the rim fire is about 30% contained. >>> there has been severe flooding in pennsylvania this week. multiple counties reported road closures and flooding of homes and businesses. several days of rain left the ground saturated earlier in the week, leaving conditions ripe for flooding. no reports of any injuries. ♪ >>> we have been watching pennsylvania closely. all that rain yesterday, but today nothin
costs. >> he is continuing his bus tour through new york and pennsylvania. speaking at the university of buffalo yesterday he called for colleges to rank them based on tuition, graduation ratings -- rates and the earnings of graduates. >> not enough colleges have h working to control costs, how do we cut back on costs. all this sticks it to students,s sick its to the families, but also taxpayers end up paying a bigger price. the average student who borrows for college now graduates owing more than 26,000. >> today the president is speaking at binghamton university in new york and lackaand onea college in pennsylvania. tuft was able to persuade the shooter to calm down and president obama praised her for her courage. >> when you hear the tape youyo hear how courageous she was to talk him down. dow heroic for sure. >> definitely. >> head coach shanahan is talking starters for saturday's game against the bills. that's next. >> first we want to talk to tucker barnes. b >> wait until you see the forecast a possibility of showers early.s take a look at the radar and steve is in this morning
accused of poisoning his wife is going to stay with her grandparents here in townsend. a pennsylvania judge made the ruling to keep her with her mother's parents. she was found dead in april. her husband, university of pittsburgh researcher is jailed on charges that he poisoned her. >> tonight police are trying to figure out why a texas man went to two homes last night shooting eight people, killing four of them. the suspect may have a military background and was reportedly a former danceer at dallas mavericks games. texas police have a man in custody suspected of killing four people and wounding four others at two different locations late last night. reports identified the suspect as a man who may have a military background. his first target the home of his ex-girlfriend. >> officers immediately responded to the scene. when they arrived they found two victims deceased and then found two more that were injured. >> reporter: the man allegedly then drove ten mile away to a home reportedly owned by his ex- wife. law enforcement officials said he threw an explosive device into the house
on a pennsylvania town meeting. >>> terror threat. new information about the al qaeda plot that shut down more than a dozen u.s. embassies and consulates. who is behind it and how it was uncovered. >> the last seven months has been a nightmare, has been probably the worst time of my life. >> a nightmare for a-rod. the yankee's slugger suspended from hundreds of games. he's not going down without a fight. >> good morning. welcome to "early start." >> glad you said that. >> thank you. i'm john berman. >> i'm zoraida sambolin. it's tuesday, august 6th, it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> shock in a small pennsylvania town after gunfire interrupted a routine, government meeting. at least three people are dead, four others hurt after a man opened fire at a municipal building in se lor, pennsylvania. it's not far from allentown. a man blasted shots through a wall and barged into a meeting room. the rampage ended when he went back to his car. he tried to return. that is when two people tackled him. >> they absolutely would have saved lives. he was entering the building with a handgun and certainly his intent
, virginia, florida, and pennsylvania have all passed similar strict voter i.d. laws, some of which are tangled up in the court system, but if they prevail could indirectly disenfranchise minority voters. this is what paul had to say about voter id when he spoke at howard university, a historically black college back in april of this year. >> i think if you liken using a driver's license to literacy test, you demean the horror of what happened in the '40s and '50s, maybe probably from 1910 all the way through 1960s in the south. it was horrific. nobody's in favor of that. no republican is in favor of that. but showing your driver's license to have an honest election i think is not unreasonable. >> but if senator paul is looking for evidence, he need not look any further than last november's 2012 election. according to a massachusetts institute of technology analysis, black and hispanic voters waited nearly twice as long to vote as whites. the long election day lines around florida may have turned away more than 200,000 frustrated would-be voters who gave up and went home before they
marriage. the issue is still on the docket in courthouses in new jersey, pennsylvania and elsewhere, up for debate in state legislatures and own the ballot. for an update we turn to john eastman, a chapman university law school professor and chairman. board of the national organization for marriage. and jameses ex-,the director of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender project at the american civil liberties union. did the supreme court decisions on doma and prop 8 change the legal strategy and change the landscape that faces pro-legalization and anti-legalization forces? >> well, it didn't change the doctrine or the strategy. what it does, it reinforces what we're already doing. that is, we have gotten to the place we're at now which is 13 states plus the district of columbia, through different means. we have it through court decisions, a bunch of state legislatures passed those bills and then the people voted last fall in the ballot in three states. and our way forward is more of the same. we will go to state legislatures and go to the ballot and where appropriate, go to court. >>
and getting in bay area homes. >>> the brave 10-year-old girl from pennsylvania who underwent a double lung transplant speaks out for the first time. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing live tv from southwest. now you can turn your device into your television. try it for free today, only on southwest airlines. on the air. in the air. with live tv. . >>> it's been more than three weeks since her body was found and the police have not arrested anyone for the murder of sandra coke. randy alana claimed to have a living relationship with the victim. he is behind bars for violating his parole. randy alana has a 30 year criminal history. rape, kidnapping and a manslaughter conviction. during our interview he said people change, i have changed. i have not who i was 35 years ago. alana would ramble about his past and angry about his dream behind bars. when we spoke about sandra coke he cried. why would i grieve for someone i distribute love. they planned to get married. they met 20 years ago. alana remember how coke would hide his criminal past. it bothered him coke was embarrassed by him. al
:00 a man was shot in the 1300 block of pennsylvania avenue. police were on standby as the students who are current predict -- currently taking glasses left school. so far police have not released information on the victim or investigation. jury deliberations continue. charged with hiring a hitman to kill her husband back in 2010. during closing arguments the defense attorney said jurors should consider voluntary manslaughter rather the first degree murder, as an importer separate from battered wife syndrome at the hand of her husband's abuse for years. parole. it has been exactly one month since george zimmerman was acquitted in court. now councilman wants to boycott the state of florida because of the controversial stand your ground law. >> the resolution is not legally binding, meaning the city does not have to do it but ask the city to take a second look at the business dealing with florida. councilman nick mosby spearheaded a resolution that request the city review and minimize its dealings connected with the sunshine state. it is in light of the acquittal of georgia the merman --
of house report 113-174. for what purpose does the gentleman from pennsylvania seek recognition? mr. murphy: mr. speaker, i have an amendment made in order. the chair: the clerk will designate the amendment. e clerk: amendment number 6, printsed in part b of house report number 113-174, offered by mr. murphy of pennsylvania. the chair: pursuant to house resolution 315, the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. murphy, and a member opposed, will each control five minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from pennsylvania. mr. murphy: thank you, mr. chairman. i recognize myself for two minutes. i have an amendment in order that would prohibit the e.p.a. from using the social cost of carbon estimates that costs more than $1 billion unless and until the federal laws enacting authorizing such use. the administration slipped into a rule about microwave offense, a new prediction for the cost of carbon dioxide emissions between now and the year 2,300. despite the profound implication to the economy and families who make a living from coal, there was no public debate, no stakeholder comment, no vote i
in pennsylvania, they would have had to end the contest that they would have attempted it that we at home now. that would've been only the best scenario and i do not hesitate to express the conviction that had the army then hit at gettysburg, it would have dissolved. doubtless some of the other volunteer regiments were held together and made some sort of retreat towards the susquehanna. but the others had simply deserted in much the same way that napoleon's army disintegrated after waterloo, leaving the rubble at liberty to go where and do what he pleased. that would've been the queue for the mob rule over atlantic city and thus paralyzing the whole machinery of our government. captain alfred lee fought at gettysburg and dreaded the prospect of the northern sympathizers with secession, establishing rule over the whole chain of cities, tearing up the railroads, destroying supplies, cutting off reinforcements. as it was, new york city blew up in draft riots 10 days after the battle. if robert lee had been crossing with the army of northern virginia, the susquehanna on that day, inst
some thunder and lightning associated with that. it is way up into southern pennsylvania. that area of moderate rain is probably going to be into the metro area. and for the events on the mall, unfortunately, by around 2:00 to 3:00 in the afternoon, we'll begin to see that moving in. we'll take a look at that in detail. and we'll look at the rest of your week and weekend in a couple minutes, aaron. >> reporter: before the events started to get under way, there was a large crowd that gathered for a march. a march for jobs and justice here in d.c. news 4 tony tull's been covering that for us. he joins us along the mall with more on that. >> those folks haven't quite yet made it to the lincoln memorial. we have quite the crowd over at the main part of the mall. over to my right, you can see, we've had quite a bit of foot traffic headed over to the lincoln memorial. that march for jobs and justice, we caught up with some of those folks, about what it was like to be part of such an historic day. >> i kind of feel lucky that i'm getting to do this today. >> reporter: he is taking in the e
is helping to enhance those showers up into pennsylvania. if we see anything today, very spotty. a slight chance you will see any rain jobs today. orryay have to w about some patchy fog until 8:00 a.m. more thunderstorms tomorrow. tonight, a chance for showers and storms, especially after midnight. increasing clouds with temperatures in the 70's. more storms tomorrow, especially into the afternoon. temperatures will be cooler tomorrow because the cloud cover, made 80's. -- mid 80's. severe weather into southern maryland, maybe some heavy downpours as well. we could see some as well in baltimore. tomorrows are focused with the cold front. high temperature struggle to reach 80 degrees. we will have a cooler and sunny trend. the ravens will be home on's on thursday. >> we are tracking a problem in carroll county along mayberry road, a down the tree. - downed tree. not much happening on the west side at baltimore national pike. just the first sign of a delay forming at pike like. 11 minutes on the west side --just the first sign of a delay forming at baltimore national pike. this is southboun
of tablets... one pill. you decide. prevent acid with prevacid 24hr. >>> pennsylvania has a ban against marriage equality. that didn't stop our next guest from performing the first such marriage in pittsburgh on monday. he's john fedderman, mayor of braddock, pennsylvania. h he married a couple that have been together for the past 11 years. they had to travel across the state to get a marriage license. then they married days later. mayor fedderman joins me now. explain if pennsylvania has a ban and marriage equality isn't legal there, explain your decision to perform this wedding ceremony and how sit legally valid? >> well, it's an act of civil disobedience where the message for me is tear down this law. grant all pennsylvanians the right to enjoy marriage equality in the state. the legality of it doesn't concern me. i think it's the mess sage it sends. pennsylvania is at a place where we need to remove this from our constitution. >> you bring up governor tom corbitt. he's chosen to defend the law though the state attorney general believes it is unconstitutional. the aclu is challenging
a swing through your former state -- not your state but pennsylvania talking about the plan for the middle class. what do you think about that? >> he's going to pennsylvania, new york, areas of upstate new york. i was reading a lot of articles about this, that are really struggling in the upstate. it's interesting. if he went to places across the border in pennsylvania, those places aren't struggling. the reason is, again, the president giving people the opportunity to provide for themselves. in pennsylvania we're allowed to drill for oil and gas in pennsylvania and the economy in these rural areas in the state, which for a long time in pennsylvania were struggling, were the highest rates of unemployment in the state, are now booming and providing clean gas and oil into the economy. in new york, the governor has a moratorium, they are in the doldrums. guess what, big government is there to bail them out. that's not what they want. they want jobs like in pennsylvania. >> i know you talk about social conservatives, are social conservatives losing to pop culture or not? >> i think the answer
up in pennsylvania, you're a professor at lehigh, with hugh scott, arlen specter, both republicans, and arlen would get like 35% of the african-american vote, a huge chunk, which is the historic percentage the republican party used to get, before it started to get 10% of the black vote, which is why it loses a net 80% of the black vote in the big cities, because 90 minus 10 is 80. it used to be two thirds minus a third was a third, and the republican party could win statewide easily. about you when you start losing a net 80%, you're in the not in the business anymore. here is pennsylvania republicans, speaking out openly about using requirement to limit the vote. here's pennsylvania house republican leader mike turzai in june of last year. let's listen to him admit they're using this requirement to screw the black voter out of voting. let's listen to him. >> voter i.d., which will allow governor romney to win the state of pennsylvania -- done. >> romney wins, and just this summer, the pennsylvania republican party chair bragged that voter i.d. helped republicans shave some points,
question, after wilkesboro pennsylvania. is anybody here from wilkesboro? no kidding? unbelievable. unbelievable. there was nobody from wilkesboro in san francisco last week, i can tell you right now. [laughter] the population of contemporary wilkesboro is slightly larger than the population of virginia was in 1776. now, if we go out there to wilkes barre now, do you think we could find george washington, thomas jefferson, james madison, george mason, john marshall and patrick henry? we ain't going to find them. now, at some theoretical level they are there. that is, human beings with the capacity for leadership are there, but the situation doesn't permit that group to rise to the surface. and so the question is, why did that situation exist in 1776? now, there is another answer to this, which is that great leadership only emerges during times of great crisis. and this makes eminent sense, the pressure that the crisis creates. and yet we can all think of examples where there's a great crisis and there's no leadership. like now. [laughter] [applause] >> or the coming of your -- worl
of a pennsylvania schoolteacher. authorities say he went on a hiking trip a month ago and hasn't been seen since. >>> as the sound of bombs and accusations of chemical weapons use goes on in syria. the syrian government now says it will allow u.n. weapons inspectors access to the site of the alleged chemical attacks but they are also warning the u.s. not to take any military action. fred is in damascus and chris lawrence is at the pentagon. fred, let me begin with you. how will the weapons inspectors be allowed to begin inspections? >> hi. yeah, i spoke to syria's deputy foreign minister right after he came out of the mighting with the you flighted natiunited nat was spoke and he said they could go wherever they wanted to go. effective immediately. now, of course, that doesn't mean that they're actually going to be on the ground that quickly. they still have to sort out things. the united nations is saying they are going to send the weapons inspectors out on their first mission to these areas starting tomorrow. and i want to listen in to some of the other things that the deputy foreign minister
'm brooke baldwin. want to begin with a tragedy out of pennsylvania. you know, it was supposed to be a routine government meeting in this rural part of the state, but this ended -- this meeting ended with a burst of gun fire and three people dead. could have been even worse. the accused gunman still firing, was tackled not just by one but by two very courageous people. this all happened last night. this was the board of supervisor's meeting in ross township just about 70 miles north of philadelphia. we are still learning this afternoon a bit more about this alleged gun man and the victims plus these two men who are being hai hailed as heroes. cnn's poppy harlow is following this. poppy, first of all tell me about the victims. >> reporter: hi, brooke. we have been tracking this since it broke last night. let's talk about the three people that died. they were shot to death right behind me here at this typical monday night council meeting. three of them, three men, james laguardia, 64 years old, gerald kosic, 53 years old and dave fleetwood, 62 years old, beloved members of this c
understand the frances cleveland sensation sweeping the country, we begin our story inside 1600 pennsylvania avenue as a curious nation awaited the details of a 49-year-old bachelor president marrying his 21-year-old bride inside the white house for the first and only time in our launchinghistory, frances cleveland into instant celebrity. >> president grover cleveland --e down >> when president grover cleveland and his bride to be came down what was then about large staircase to the family quarters at the west end of this corridor. they would have proceeded on the hallway, the music started up at the east side behind us here, where the united states marine band was assembled. the famous john philip sousa played the wedding march as the happy couple can down the hallway. they would have passed through these doors, these very same mahogany doors. come and the room, a different chandelier here, they would have did under -- stood under the chandelier. said their vows. an enormous amount of flowers in the room brought from the white house conservatory. a large table where the sofa is now is a str
in this country and energy and thinking of wheeling, west virginia and pennsylvania and like your home state of north dakota and the reasons that jobs are created there en masse is because of natural gas and carbon energy and not alternative energy products. >> yeah, it is a great up side and surprise, and no thanks dow to the administration on this. this is entrepreneurs, technologies like horizontal drilling and so forth. the thing i find funny about gin mccarthy her degree was in social anthropology with an emphasis on small animals and primitive cultures. she knows nothing about economics and nothing about economic growth and nothing about science and nothing about pollution. what is next? we are getting to a joke point here. >> emac, the president himself is speaking out as an authority on job recreation and belittles the idea that carbon energy products like the co stone poip line create role jobs, >> they cope on talking about an oil poip line that come down from canada and create 50 permanent jobs. that is not a job's plan. >> but while the president belittled carbon energy plan. his
. a deadly shooting in eastern pennsylvania at a monthly township meeting. >> at least three people are dead, after a gunman blasted shots right through the wall of a municipal building in saylorsburg, about 85 miles north of philadelphia. abc's preeti arla has the latest. >> reporter: a terrifying scene in rural pennsylvania after a gunman opened fire during a town meeting. >> it was pretty chaotic and hectic. i wasn't there. but phone conversations i had in the beginning was very hectic. >> reporter: police say the gunman is identified 59-year-old rockne newell, shot and killed three people and injured several others. >> upon the approach to the township building, he began to fire the long gun into the township building. through the windows of the building. >> reporter: a reporter for a local newspaper witnessed the chaos. chris reber described holes going through the walls. and, quote, i saw smoke and plaster flying out, blowing out through the walls. i dropped to the floor. that's what everyone did. reber crawled out of the room and hid. he says after the initial shooting, he watched the
and consue lates were closed. >> a pennsylvania man is in custody accused of opening fire at a township meeting killing three people. two other people were hurt before others managed to tackle the gunman. 59-year-old rocky newel l had a long-term dispute with local officials. >> officials suggest the central bank should cut bond buying program next month unless the economy tanks between now and then. >>> stocks were mixed yesterday. the nasdaq did manage a small gain of 3 points. >> watch what you say on twitter. the kind of tweets cracking down now. >> when you hear what some bay area parents are willing to spend coming up. with mcat breakfast.ar menu home of the irresistible sausage burrito. ♪ and freshly brewed premium roast coffee you love. plus other amazing tastes for just a dollar each. ♪ every day, as always, there's a lot to love for a little on mcdonald's dollar menu. home of the irresistible sausage burrito. and freshly brewed premium roast coffee you love. plus other amazing tastes for just a dollar each. every day. ♪ your sleep number setting. it will give you the sou
from wisconsin to pennsylvania. why? nbc's nick watts looks at the restaurant. >> reporter: all his family and friends gathered around. then bang, it all kicks off. can you hear happy birthday in the background? this happens, and not in frequently, bare-fisted fights. late last month, a mass brawl at a chuck e cheese during a kid's party. and it is the adults fighting. one woman holding a baby in one arm, swinging with the other. and there, that is the little girl trying to stop the grown-ups from fighting. >> a lot of parents can be very stupid and ridiculous. >> it is a disgrace. should not happen. >> reporter: but it does, a lot. type chuck e cheese into youtube, and you can watch wide-eyed as cell phone video catches the parties going very sour. i'm in chuck e cheese right now. i'm enjoying myself, a pretty nice environment. so there is nothing wrong with chuck e cheese itself, so what is making these people go nuts? she was attacked at a chuck e cheese during her daughter's birthday party. >> and all i remember is actually hitting the floor and my hair being just ripped, ripped
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